Denver gourmet donut purveyor Glazed & Confuzed is setting its sights southward with a new location that will open next week in Greenwood Village near Cherry Creek High School.
On Tuesday afternoon, the @GlazedNConfused Twitter account posted that the shop’s third location will be opening at 4660 South Yosemite Street next Monday.
The tweet also contained a link to an Instagram post that included a photo of a Certificate of Operation for the shop that had been issued on Tuesday.
The Denver Tech Center area shop will be the third current location for Glazed & Confuzed and the only one not located within a food hall. The other two outposts operate as counters inside Aurora’s Stanley Marketplace and West Washington Park’s Broadway Market.
Glazed and Confuzed was founded by owner Josh Schwab in 2014 on Leetsdale Drive in Glendale. That original location was shuttered in 2014 in anticipation of the move to Stanley Marketplace a few months later.
Though Schwab could not be reach Tuesday by Eater for comment on the new shop, Glazed & Confuzed is known for selling donuts that come in unique varieties, including the root beer float doughnut, which is topped with a root beer glaze, as well as a rotating menu of limited release creations.
Glazed & Confuzed also sell more standard varieties (at least by the standards of modern donuts) including a Boston cream doughnut and a maple bacon doughnut called Breakfast of Champz. Gluten-free doughnut varieties are also a staple of the menu, as is a doughnut made with CBD that was written about in USA Today.
The existing locations also serve coffee drips and espresso from Denver’s Kaladi Brothers Roasters.